New legislation will be introduced by the end of this summer that will make it mandatory for a full list of ingredients to appear on any food pre-packed for direct sale. The reforms cover labelling requirements on foods that are prepared and packed on the same premises from which they are sold - such as a packaged ... [ More ]
News & Views
My Purchasing Partner constantly monitors what is happening in the markets, with a view to how this may impact on the products that our customers demand. Read our latest analysis and company news below or head to the Resource Centre for previous reports and updates.
All information has been collated to HELP YOU BUY BETTER and we are on hand to talk further about how it all affects you. Simply call us on 0800 121 6440.
Visit our resource centre to get your copy of our Summer 2019 marketing guide for food buyers and caterers. Our quarterly market reports will give you the information you need to help you make better buying decisions. Resource Centre » ... [ More ]
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Eco Charter; our commitment to you and the environment we share. We have many stories to share about the steps we are taking to reduce the use of plastic, increase the amount we all can recycle, and minimise waste. Please know that we are doing all we can to help look ... [ More ]
An outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF) in China is sending the price of pork and pork products soaring, and it looks like prices will continue to rise over the next few months. It’s time to take action to mitigate these increasing costs including considering alternatives to pork. What is ASF? According to the ... [ More ]
Visit our resource centre to get your copy of our Spring 2019 marketing guide for food buyers and caterers. Our quarterly market reports will give you the information you need to help you make better buying decisions. Resource Centre » ... [ More ]
Two million workers are set to see their pay increase in April as the National Living Wage jumps to £8.21 an hour. This is the hourly rate for those aged 25 or over who are working in Britain. The minimum wage for those aged 16-24 also will also go up, alongside the pay for apprentices, which will increase by an extra ... [ More ]